No Filipino reported hurt in Jordan port gas leak – embassy
MANILA, Philippines — No Filipino was reported injured in a recent gas leak in Jordan’s Aqaba port that killed at least 12 people.
The Philippine Embassy in Jordan said it is closely monitoring developments on the gas leak at the port of Aqaba.
“To date, there are no reports of Filipinos included among the casualties,” it said in a statement on Tuesday.
Meanwhile, the embassy advised the Filipino community in Aqaba to “adhere to all instructions from the local public safety officials.”
“Any Filipino citizen needing assistance may call the Embassy’s hotline at 077-907-7775,” the embassy added.
On Monday, officials and state media reported a chlorine gas leak from a storage tank at Aqaba port, killing at least 12 and injuring 251 others.
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